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Old 04-09-2012, 01:26 AM   #7
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Default Re: Catch and shoot or off the dribble?

I always find it easier to do a pump then one dribble pull-up. It gets difficult to square up whenever you are going side to side but if you keep your dribble efficient and on a straight line it shouldn't be too difficult.

Also, you can learn to be in rythmn on a catch and shoot jumper. Give yourself a foot or so to step into the shot in order to keep a ryhtmn.
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